In a new series, every week Team FC scours the best of the internet to bring you a list of great reads, watches and more, from the world of film and entertainment.
In another one of their unputdownable profiles, GQ speaks to the actor, director and GQ Icon of the Year about turning into a wife guy, his brush with death and his new movie The Midnight Sky which he produced, directed, and stars in. Read it here.
The rom-com genre has had its ups and downs, but these unrealistic yet feel-good movies have made a comeback of late. In this video, The Take delves into what makes rom-coms the comfort food of cinema and what they tell us about love.
The last few years have been a very exciting time for the horror genre and how filmmakers are exploring and expanding horror films as more than mere jump scares. In this article, The Verge analyses the role streaming platforms like Amazon, Netflix and Shudder have played in the rise of the genre and why they believe it's here to stay. Read it here.
Vanity Fair got relationship therapists Laura Heck and Zach Brittle to break down Ross and Rachel's on-again-off-again relationship in Friends, analyze their relationship dynamic and how they evolved from season to season.
This long read from the Hollywood Reporter breaks down how Golden Eye reinvented James Bond by distancing itself from the works of author Ian Fleming, and appealing to a whole new generation of Bond fans who couldn't be sold on the same thrills that had captivated their fathers and grandfathers. You can read it here.